The Sacred Slow

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The Sacred Slow
Author : Alicia Britt Chole
File Size : 46,8 Mb
Publisher : HarperChristian + ORM
Language : English
Release Date : 26 September 2017
ISBN : 9780718094966
Pages : 348 pages
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The Sacred Slow by Alicia Britt Chole Book PDF Summary

Tired of quick fixes and fast faith? The Sacred Slow is an invitation to unhurried honesty before God. If yesterday’s word was simple, tomorrow’s word will be slow. Our culture is shifting from fast food to healthy food both physically and spiritually. Self-care, soul-care, life coaches, and spiritual retreats all show our dissatisfaction in quick fixes and fast faith. The Sacred Slow is an invitation to unhurried honesty before God. Formatted as 52 experiences, The Sacred Slow reminds readers on every page that God never wanted to use them—He always wanted to love them. The overflow of Dr. Alicia Britt Chole’s more than thirty years as a spiritual mentor to leaders and learners as well as her personal, practical, and penetrating tone will guide you to a richer, more life-giving relationship with God. Perfect for use as a devotional or in small groups, each chapter features: A short, unexpected reading Two options for application—a thought focus or a heart exercise Encouragement to develop growing, sustainable intimacy with God Whether you’re exhausted by emptiness or worn from weariness, you’ll discover healing and restoration in these pages. In this age of distraction, learn to slow down and reorient your life to learn, grow, and experience God as never before.

The Sacred Slow

Tired of quick fixes and fast faith? The Sacred Slow is an invitation to unhurried honesty before God. If yesterday’s word was simple, tomorrow’s word will be slow. Our culture is shifting from fast food to healthy food both physically and spiritually. Self-care, soul-care, life coaches, and spiritual

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